The last second Monday of May has become a day to honor and commemorate the heroes who died in the army. On this day, Americans will visit cemeteries and memorials, Scouts will march around the graveyard area along with military personnel and members of veterans’ organizations. Everyone will clean and decorate the graves, at the same time, they will put on a branch of red poppies or place the national flags.
The first Memorial Day was known in 1868 but it was declared in 1971 by the National Assembly as a national holiday. For more than 150 years, this day has become a special and indispensable milestone of the United States. This year’s Memorial Day takes place on May 25th.
This is an opportunity to express gratitude for the dedication and great sacrifices of heroes and soldiers engraved in history as an immortal epic, an occasion to commemorate the dead in Journey to fight for the Fatherland, the elite warriors have always stayed on the battlefield.